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Simple minded looking for a hand out.....

The user name has no particular hidden meaning. It is the first user name that I ever used on a forum site. I find it easier with advancing years to remember one user name and password.

I started sailing a few years back after reading blogs in my wife's hometown paper. It was the journals of Lady Ann, I believe a 37' Irwin that circumnavigated with their two kids. Got me thinking.

Bought a 25' Mac off the police chief in Mountain Home, Idaho and taught myself how to sail. First day out was blowing a little better than I wanted. Decided to practice rigging only and see if it died down a little. It did not decided to try it with the jib only. What a gas figuring things out.

I took a class with San Juan sailing in Bellingham, WA and have my bareboat certificate. We have chartered in the San Juans a few times the Abbaco's once.

Very much plotting out the opportunity to go to sea once my favorite daughter goes to college. Then her parents are moving out. I will send a plane ticket to come see us.

That is it for now. My habit is to collect my questions and then post. I appreciate your patience and the ability learn from all of you.

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Welcom Duckwheat...Must have some meaning to come up with a name like that...Mine is because it always is around here...

Looking for a good school for my women...What did you think of SJ Sailing?
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Welcome to Sailnet. Glad to have you with us and best of luck with those plans.
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I just figured out I can not send you a PM until I have 10 post.

San Juan Sailing has always treated us fairly. My instructor there was Leslie Senn. She did a good job and was easy to get along with.

I get mailers from them often. They are always marketing a women's only weekend. We were there in September for a week and there were a bunch of gals going out for the week.

My wife went with me on learn and cruise. It was important that we have a good time. I got that vibe from SJS when I spoke with them. Others that I checked out sounded a little like boot camp.

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Welcome aboard DW. Hope you find the forum helpful and enjoyable.

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Free, is the heart, that lives not, in fear.
Full, is the spirit, that thinks not, of falling.
True, is the soul, that hesitates not, to give.
Alive, is the one, that believes, in love.
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